Dates and Time
April 22 - June 10, 2020
90-minute webinars on Wednesdays at 7 PM ET
This program is sold out. Please join our next Coaching Essentials distance learning program starting June 2, 2020.
The fundamentals of coaching on a flexible schedule
Study and learn the basics of coaching skills without the major commitment of a 9-month certification program. This 8-webinar series is an ideal opportunity to learn core coaching skills you can start using immediately.
Access the classes from anywhere in the world
Our distance learning cohort is 100% online. That means you can join the webinars from wherever you call home.
Just because it’s online doesn’t mean it’s one-dimensional. Coaching Essentials is highly experiential, packed with activities, demonstrations, plenty of practice, and feedback.
What you’ll gain
You’ll explore 23 coaching skills and learn how to hold attention on what is most important to your client. You’ll finish this series with a renewed sense of confidence as a change agent, knowing how to:
- Reach goals while honoring values and needs
- Ask empowering questions that open new possibilities
- Listen for transformation, helping people break through old patterns and habits
- Create inspirational action plans and accountability structures
- Embody a coaching mindset to tap into resourcefulness
- Transform judgment into curiosity
- Structure coaching sessions that flow
Who Should Attend
The simple answer is, anyone.
This course is perfect for anyone seeking an immediate coaching skill set they can apply to their current line of work. It’s also ideal for those who are considering a coaching certification but want to test out the program and coursework before making the commitment.
Seamlessly transition to the certification course, if you like
If you decide to pursue certification, you can apply both your Coaching Essentials training hours and tuition toward any Coaching for Transformation (CFT) certification program.
Madhu Krishnappa Maron, PCC, CPC, works with people who are stuck in their careers, would love to do something different and have no idea how to start. She supports clients in creating a more satisfying and whole work life. Prior to becoming a coach, Madhu worked as a Human Resources professional for nearly twenty years for The Associated Press, Standard & Poors and other companies.
Kathy Grosso, PCC, has created a coaching path that is built on a desire to embed coaching in communities and organizations. “Making coaching skills available and accessible to as many individuals and organizations excites me and grounds me in my desire to work within and for community.”
This program is led by coach trainers with extensive experience in culturally aware coaching, including:
- building on the assets and addressing the challenges faced by people of different cultures
- supporting personal and organizational transformation
- developing nonprofit and social justice leaders
- integrating body, mind and spirit
- building vibrant, healthy communities